When I told you guys that the O/D line problems could literally be fixed overnight with more intensity and a better 1st step, a lot of folks here thought I was literally insane. But I wasn't...I know personally what it's like to play 60 minutes in the trenches in Miami and it's exhausting. I don't know if you guys caught it, but they showed a close-up of JJ Watt about halfway through the first quarter just before the snap. He was sucking wind HARD and didn't get fully down in his 3 point stance...and Albert knocked him flat on his *** after the snap. Why? Physics.....straight leverage and force....Albert got low and fired off the ball, and Watt didn't have a chance since he was just squatting and sucking wind. But that's what you do when you're tired....you cheat the stance so your body can take in more air. I know that feeling all too well. Here's the thing though- Watt is easily the best DT in the game. Other will say Suh and it's a close race, so I don't want to get into the debates. I'm simply saying that one of the best in the NFL looked like a whipping boy against our first team offense and he got dominated in a way that he's probably never been dominated as a pro. Think about that for a moment...how could that happen with our sub-par line? Or how about the best RB in the game? They thought Foster would run wild on us yesterday since he's statistically the best back in the league right now, and it was the first game he's been truly healthy in awhile. Yet when it mattered, he managed to get -6 yards on our offense? Are you kidding me? How often does that happen folks? Well, guess what guys....when our team is conditioned to play at this level in South Beach, it's so much easier to go on the road and be explosive. You still get tired but you can breathe better, which means you're able to remain explosive for longer periods of time. And the game is always won or lost in the trenches....control the line of scrimmage and you control the entire game. Now forget about the Dolphins for a moment and think about your favorite comeback win EVER. Maybe it was college, the pros or a game you played yourself in high school or little league. It doesn't even have to be football. Whatever the case was, your team was playing bad and suddenly someone made a play, got the team fired up and they started playing bigger than the sum of their parts. That right there is a head coach's real job...to figure out how to get you playing at those levels more often than not...that's the team that wins the Super Bowl EVERY YEAR. Well guys, our boys in aqua are playing at that level naturally now and opponents simply do not have an answer. Two weeks in a row, our opponents have flat-out given up in he first quarter.....because they don't want anything to do with what we're selling. Campbell is in the ***-kicking business, plain and simple, and that's what our players are doing from the very first snap...and they're holding that intensity until the game is unofficially over. Do you have any idea how rare that is? To make a 1-3 team play like champions? So I'm going to say this- the goal this season is 13-3. That's what Campbell is expecting and that's what this team believes can happen. Sure, they're taking one game at a time and all, but they've truly bought into what Campbell is selling and they are playing at championship levels. And guess what; New England doesn't have **** for us....let them tape practices, deflate footballs and run illegal formations....none of it matters. They can't play at our intensity because our team is competing at insane levels....they've drank the Kool-Aid and they can't get enough. And what can other teams really do? It's easy to say, "We're gonna plug the gaps so they can't run on us," they told JJ Watt and the Texans linebackers the exact same thing. And how'd that turn out? Miller's 85 yard run came on a blitz with a backer in the A and the B gap....yet he only needed the smallest hole and he was off to the races. He made one cut, one quick step back to the inside without breaking stride at all....and that's all she wrote. The same goes for Tannehill. You try to stack the outside corners to take away the short stuff (other team's MO for the past 10 games), then Miller is going to eat you alive. If you stack the box, we'll swing it out to Landry or Matthews. So it's not like the traditional offense where you double a guy and he's a non-factor....we're playing far too violent for that. And you simply can't stop Tannehill in this offense at this time...because we 100% own the trenches. Now, I don't think that we will finish the season 13-3, but I would bet the farm that we end up in double digits. This team is simply too talented and playing far too physical for anything else to happen...we are clearly the best team in the NFL at this time. And it's not a fluke folks...it's simply the intensity that every head coach tries to deliver in every major sport around the globe. So I'll say it again...WE ARE CLEARLY THE BEST TEAM IN THE NFL AT THIS TIME. Nobody is playing at our level....nobody....and teams will have to go to war to defeat the Miami Dolphins. You probably don't believe me yet, but you will in a few weeks....trust me. The 2015 Miami Dolphins have arrived and the ***-kicking is not going to let up anytime soon. So prepare yourself; we're about to go on a ride that Miami hasn't taken in quite some time.